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Browser Redirect Malware In-Game (Tried and can't fix it)

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#1 TadMonty


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Posted 30 May 2017 - 02:49 PM

Below is an image of whats happening to me in-game, Battlegrounds, whenever I load it up.


Internet provider screen just pops up and blocks the game out. I have tried doing a direct connection of my desktop to my modem to try and get around it but the game would not load at all, and when I go modem>router>wired desktop to router, I get this image. And I cannot take a screenshot of it, its just the games logo that shows.

I have a new desktop, with the following:

Ryzen 5 1600

GTX 1070

Everything on a single SSD

16gb ram, 2444 sp

It was working fine last night and today it gives me the message.

MY LAPTOP WORKS, which uses wifi only to play and it loads fine. It is just my desktop.

Malwarebytes and defend shows nothing on the computer. I have tried offline mode, clean boot, admin open, and the redirect/popup is only in this game. League of Legends has no issues nor does my Chrome. The computer has not been on any sketchy sites (porn, torrents, nothing), literally only been up and running since Thursday evening.

I am completely lost and even reinstalled it. I could use some help.

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